Historically, farmers have worked with weather in mind. In order to help them, CRA-W is launching two new online platforms in support of the agricultural community: agromet.be and...
EJP-Soil aims to create a research environment suitable for increasing the contribution made by agricultural soils to major societal challenges.
As part of the “Socles de Connaissances” (Knowledge Base) approach, a document compiling all aspects of the "Soil" theme is being drafted.
The Interreg V AUTOPROT project ended 2020 with advances in the analysis of the protein autonomy of dairy farms!
The CRA-W has carried out an unprecedented trial, in which techniques used to assess methane emissions from cattle were compared.
Climate change increases the risk that extreme weather events will occur. The damage they cause to agro-ecosystems can be seen and makes an impression on the minds of both farmers...
UAV images can be used to investigate soil organic content! This is one of the UAVSoil project objectives.
An ambitious CRA-W project that will provide solutions and answers to future agricultural challenges.
A web-based weather platform for real-time agro-meteorological data dissemination at high spatial (1km²) and temporal (hourly and daily) resolution